When the pandemic first hit in spring 2020, we collectively went into a panic trying to figure out the best ways to stay healthy and stop the spread of the virus. While things improved for a little while, almost two years later it kind of feels like we are back at square one figuring out how to navigate the newer, much more contagious strains.
We will be the first to admit business insurance isn’t perfect. It’s complex, varies significantly, and sometimes we walk around the Berry Insurance office with boggled minds, trying to collaborate to figure out an answer to a business insurance question.
We know how cripplingly expensive workers’ compensation can be.
Workers’ compensation is a scary term for many business owners.
Here’s something I think we can all agree on: nobody wants their employees to get injured on the job.
I remember New Year’s Eve of 1999. I was 7 years old and I was sitting in a bean bag chair on my living room floor with my family, considering if the world would really end at midnight like the people on the news had speculated.